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Orbital Strike

Just wondered what you all think about the Orbital Strike and the fact the opposition can see where it's going to land? To me it's the ultimate pick-up but it seems unfair the opposition should see where it's targeting. Sometimes when the Heroes/Villians are engaged in combat they can't move out of the way quickly enough and you can target your strike doing some decent damage but it's rare.

I don't believe the opposition should know it's incoming. What are your thoughts?


  • I think it's a bit one-sided in HvV when the enemy team gets 3-4 and we get infinite Blaster Cannons
  • First, nice name ;)

    Second, I think it's fine the way it is.
  • Nothing needs to be done with the orbital strike. I don't think the main purpose is to kill, but to force players standing on an objective to reposition, or pin them down for a few seconds.
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  • bfloo
    14992 posts Member
    My only issue is trying to aim it.
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  • dowdyGUMP wrote: »
    I think it's fine the way it is.

  • SorenTheSage
    576 posts Member
    edited September 2016
    Use it to your advantage. Launch the OS on the objective, which will force the enemy to abandon it.
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  • I have more than double the kills with the homing shot than the orbital strike, which is extremely sad.
    Homing Shot: Slow moving projectile that can be easily avoided. (equip when you simply want to laugh at anyone you kill)
    Orbital Strike: Fire from heaven, raining a massive explodiness. (Too bad you can barely ever get it to go where you want to.)
    Play the kriffing objective, or get the kriff out.
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